Posts Tagged ‘ negligence ’

Quaker Faces Class-Action Lawsuit Over Data Breach

Jan 29th, 2024

After an unauthorized user accessed files on Quaker Window Products’ computer network, one of the company’s former employees has filed a class action complaint against the company. According to a Notice of Data Security Incident filed by the company with Maine’s attorney general, the potentially affected information varied by individual but may include names, addresses […]

Court Denies Pella Corporation’s Motion for Summary Judgment

May 17th, 2022

A motion for summary judgment from Pella Corporation, named by plaintiff Sophia Suleiman in a 2018 civil suit alleging a lack of safety features on its windows, has been denied by the Northern District of Indiana. The plaintiff alleges that windows installed at her Indiana residence did not have safety locks to prevent children from […]

Pennsylvania Company Sued After Asking Owner to Help, Resulting In Injury

Sep 28th, 2021

Nello Construction Co. has found itself in the defendant’s seat after an incident involving a window installation injured the homeowner two years ago. Gerhardt Konig is suing the general contractor from Carnegie, Pa., for negligence that led to his injury when Nello Construction employees had been working on an addition to his home on September […]

Judge Says Transport Employee has Case Against Jeld-Wen for Negligence

Dec 22nd, 2020

A judge in Oregon cleared the way for a case against Jeld-Wen Inc. recently, by deeming that the defendant posted sufficient grounds for negligence. After a bundle containing 40 of the manufacturer’s windows fell on him while unloading a shipment, plaintiff Gary Groeneweg is suing the company over injuries. “Because defendant’s employees composed the bundles […]